Stellenbosch on Stage has a stellar line-up of South African talent booked for their upcoming live streaming concerts. Catch chart-topping local favourites Spoegwolf on the 29th of August followed next month by the University of Stellenbosch’s Alumni Concert: featuring the likes of Laurika Rauch, Stuart Taylor, Sunday Kelechi, Jan Braai and the renowned Stellenbosch University Choir. Tickets for the shows, broadcast live to your device wherever you are, are now available from Computicket and each comes with a complimentary R100 Support Stellenbosch SnapScan voucher, redeemable at participating restaurants and shops in this historic town. “The first of its kind in South Africa, Support Stellenbosch is a truly unique and exciting campaign, supported by our partners Stellenbosch Municipality, Stellenbosch University and Wesgro. We can be proud that our town is showing such leadership and innovation,” says Jeanneret Momberg, CEO of Visit Stellenbosch.
Stellenbosch on Stage was established as a campaign of solidarity and unity in July and this novel initiative now also provides recovery support to the City of Oak’s economy due to the Covid-19 pandemic.
Fine musical talent
Award-winning Afrikaans Rock outfit, Spoegwolf, hits the stage at 19h00 on Saturday, 29 August for a thought-provoking listening experience. With their meaningful lyrics and rich sound, it challenges and delights anyone who listens to their music. This alternative band is made up of brothers, Danie and Moskou du Toit – who also have a Stellenbosch restaurant, Drum – and Chris von Wielligh and Albert van der Merwe.
For the University of Stellenbosch Alumni Concert at 19h00 on Thursday, 24 September, viewers can look forward to a selection of hits and all-round entertainment that have made these South African icons top of their game.
Experience a mesmerising musical performance by the legendary Laurika Rauch, who will be joined talented cellist Sunday Kelechi, whilst comedian Stuart Taylor will have everyone in stitches with his one of a kind humour.
The Stellenbosch University Choir conducted by André van der Merwe will also join the screen and to proudly mark what is famous colloquially as National Braai Day, Jan Braai will tune in with his tongs to share some tips of his favourite pastime. This exclusive event will be presented in collaboration with Stellenbosch University’s Development & Alumni Relations.
Tickets for each concert are R130 and available at Computicket here. The concerts will remain available for seven days.
Everything is better with wine
Stellenbosch on Stage wines – compiled to support local enterprises – are also available for order, with delivery taking place as soon as regulations allow.
These cases of Proudly Stellenbosch wine are available in three variations: exclusively white wine at R670/case; exclusively red at R770/case and mixed cases at R720/case. Cases are packed with non-specific composition, from a broad selection of top producers across the region. A small gift is also included in support of a Stellenbosch small business.
Wine delivery in Stellenbosch is included, with a R50 fee for orders further afield, countrywide. Continuing along the thread of collaboration, this Stellenbosch on Stage performance is made possible by the support of Eendracht Hotel and Apartments, Stellenbosch Wine Routes and #TasteStellenbosch, each representing one of the main tourism sectors of Stellenbosch.
“We are extremely proud to be part of the Stellenbosch on Stage initiative. We believe that it is within our collective power to turn the hope of a united and prosperous Stellenbosch Tourism sector into a living reality that will bring benefit to many people,” shares Daniel Lutz, owner of Eendracht Hotel and Apartments, a popular Tripadvisor Best of the Best destination in the heart of Stellenbosch.